Kenna Geibel, Stallone Gymnastics, qualified to L9 Eastern Championships in 2019. She moved up to L10 the following season. In 2021 she competed one event at regionals.
Zoe Middleton, First State Gymnastics, placed 2nd AA at 2019 JOs. She earned impressive results in 2020, but did not compete in 2021.
Hannah Scheible, All American Flames, won her 2021 state, regional and national meets. At states and regionals, she also placed 1st on vault and bars. At nationals she placed 1st on beam and floor.
Stanford's Brody Malone won the Bronze on the HB and Florida's Leanne Wong won the Bronze on FX as the 2021 World Championships wrapped up. Wong also placed 4th on BB. Future Gator Kayla DiCello placed fifth on FX and eight on BB. Former Sooner star and ex-NCAA champ Yul Moldauer was fifth on the PB. More...
Keira Wells, JAG Gymnastics, won her 2021 state meet and placed 1st on bars, beam and floor. At regionals, she won the vault title with a score of 10.0. She placed 1st on vault and 6th AA at L10 Nationals.
Former PSU star, 2020 Nissen Award winner and two-time NCAA PH champ Stephen Nedoroscik became the first American to win the Gold Medal in the Pommel Horse, with his victory at the 2021 World Championships. US teammate and former Ohio State standout Alec Yoder finished fifth.
On women's VT, Nebraska commit Csenge Bacsksay of Hungary placed 5th. Link: Video
Former OU Sooner and NCAA champ Yul Moldauer overcame a shaky start on Rings to place 4th in the AA at the World Championships. Zhang Boheng of China edged Olympic champ Hashimoto Daiki for first.
Link: USA Gym
Kristian Grahovski, who trains at the Rochester Gymnastics Academy, has committed to Ohio State for 2022-2023. In 2021, he won HB and placed 2nd AA at the Men's Development Program Nationals, in the Level 10 16 division. He also placed 4th on pommels and rings.